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Installing Exchange Server 2010

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Although the installation of all the Active Directory components, prerequisites, operating system components, updates, and hotfixes might seem to have taken forever, we are now finally ready to kick off the Exchange Server 2010 Installation.

Installing Exchange Server 2010 from the GUI Interface

Utilizing the Exchange Server 2010 Installation Wizard is the simplest way of deploying an Exchange server. The GUI interface is extremely intuitive and makes the installation a snap. To install Exchange Server using the Installation Wizard, perform the following tasks:

1.
Log on with your domain administrator account. From your Exchange Server 2010 installation media, run the Exchange Installation Wizard (d:\setup.exe, for example).

2.
Select Step 4: Choose Exchange Language Option. Select either Install All Languages from the Language Bundle or Install Only Languages from the DVD.

If you select Install All Languages from the Language Bundle, another screen will appear giving you the option to either download the latest language pack bundle from the Internet or connect to a specific network path for the language files. When the language files have been installed, click Finish to return to the Exchange Server 2010 installation wizard.

3.
Select Step 5: Install Microsoft Exchange.

4.
From the Introduction screen, click Next to continue.

5.
From the License Agreement screen, select I Accept the Terms in the License Agreement and click Next to continue.

6.
On the Error Reporting screen, select whether you want to report installation errors to Microsoft. The default is No. Click Next to continue.

7.
On the Installation Type screen, if you are installing specific roles, select Custom Exchange Server Installation. In our test environment, we are installing the Hub Transport, Client Access, and Mailbox server roles (as well as the Exchange Management Tools), so we select Typical Exchange Server Installation. Additionally, if you are not installing the Exchange Server application to the default location, click Browse to select the installation directory. When ready, click Next to continue.

8.
On the Client Settings screen, if you have clients running either Outlook 2003 (or earlier) or Entourage, select Yes. Otherwise, select No. Selecting Yes creates a public folder database during the installation to support these clients. If No is selected, a public folder database can be created manually any time after the installation completes. When ready, click Next to continue.

9.
The Configure Client Access Server External Domain screen is a new addition to the Exchange Installation Wizard (see Figure 7.11). If your client access server will be Internet facing, you can place a check in the box and enter the domain name that you will use (for example, mailservices.domain.com). If your client access server is NOT going to be Internet facing, leave this box unchecked. Click Next to continue.

Figure 1. The New Configure Client Access Server External Domain screen.

10.
On the Customer Experience Improvement Program screen, elect whether you want to join the Exchange Customer Experience Improvement Program. Make your selection and click Next to continue.

11.
On the Readiness Checks screen, wait while the Install Wizard goes through the prerequisites for each of the selected roles. There may be hotfixes required for the roles being installed—if so, they will be identified as errors in the Readiness Check. Take the recommended actions to resolve them. When all readiness checks show as Completed, click Install to continue.

12.
On the Completion screen, review the results of the installation. Ideally, you should see Successfully Installed. No Errors, as shown in Figure 2. When ready, uncheck the option to Finalize This Installation Using the Exchange Management Console and click Finish.

Figure 2. Completion screen reporting Successfully Installed. No Errors.

13.
When you return to the Exchange Sever 2010 Installation Wizard, click Step 5: Get Critical Updates for Microsoft Exchange.

14.
Install any available updates for Exchange Server and reboot the server if necessary.

Installing Exchange Server 2010 from the Command Prompt

In several situations (such as the deployment of an Exchange server in a remote location), administrators would prefer to install Exchange Server 2010 from the command prompt.

To do so, perform the following steps:

1.
From an administrator-enabled command prompt, change to the drive and directory that contains your installation media.

2.
Run the following command:

Setup.com /mode:<setup mode> /roles:<roles to install> [/OptionalParameters]


For our purposes, we will simply run the following command:

Setup.com /mode:install /roles:H,C,M

The optional parameters cover all of the various configuration possibilities, including the organization name, target directory, source directory, default database name, and others.

All optional parameters can be viewed from the command line by typing:

Setup.com /help:install

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